I can’t help too much, but I’m using Sublime Text 2.0.2 with OSX 10.9.3 and I don’t have that issue.
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This is a general forum. Please take a look at this page for more info on that product support: http://themeforest.net/item/marketify-marketplace-wordpress-theme/6570786/support
templatin saidYes, but every time that you update the preview theme files (theme update) you need to repeat that code insertion. Anyway, it was just my 2 cents. Cheers
@Smartik: I have tested the script and its working perfect. This is what I was looking for. @Pirenko: The extra code is supposed to be added only in demos (Live preview) for removing the frame but not in the final package which will be given to the buyers.
@ Smartik: I think you should not add any extra code to your themes and templates. And also this seems to apply to all devices and this is not what was intended with this thread.
I have developed a script that removes the frame and reloads the page on mobile devices. This way I don’t have this issue
You can add a CSS class to elements that should not be displayed on mobile. By default Wordpress supports adding classes to menu items so there’s no problem with this too
Let me just add that I have already sold a few thousand themes and I was never asked to do hide elements on mobile.
In my opinion we don’t need an extra menu… Why don’t we style differently the menu according to the screen size or device type? I’ve been using this technique and never had any trouble with it.
KingDog saidThe problem with this is that if your item has just been released and a comment is flagged, potential buyers may think that the author is trying to hide some bug or defect with the theme.
It would be up to each author if they wanted to remove these kinds of posts and if they consider them spam. It’s a simple process of flagging them and letting us know why.